Leaf Spring U-Bolts for 3 Inch Axle Tube, 8 Inch Long
Universal Fit, 8" Overall Length, 3.19" Inside Diameter, 3.75" Center to Center, .50" Diameter
- This 8" long leaf spring U-bolt is a great replacement for worn out or rusty stock bolts
- 6" thread length with 1/2"-20 threads works with or without lowering blocks
- Zinc-plated for rust and corrosion prevention
- Made from heat-treated steel to ensure strength and durability
- Zinc plated to resist corrosion and provide a long service life
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Speedway leaf sping axle U-bolts are a great replacement for worn out stock bolts and feature a generous length to accomodate lowering blocks (sold separately) to fine tune your ride height. U-bolts are zinc-plated steel to ensure long life and durability. All bolts are 1/2" diameter with 1/2"-20 threads. Fits rearend housings with 3" diameter axle tubes.
- Works with 3" diameter axle tubes
- 8" overall length
- 6" thread length
- 1/2"-20 thread pitch
- Includes nylock nuts
- Sold in a pair
Center to center of threaded end is 3.75" with the inside to inside working width of 3.19"
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What's In The Kit
Leaf Spring U-Bolt for 3 Inch Axle Tube, 8 Inch LongPart # 91043801Qty x 2
Q & A
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